Southborough Rotary asked me to share news about how they’ll be using Heritage Day. Members will be continuing their community service efforts.
At Rotary’s booth, the group will seek donations to help local homeless people. Their district has pledged to match up to $1,000 in donations for Project Homestead.
The fundraiser flyer promotes that the fundraiser is to support “Emergency Shelter for Local Homeless Women and Dependents”. You can find their booth on St. Mark’s School’s field this Monday, October 10th from 10:00 am – 3:00 pm.
The booth isn’t the only place you’ll find Rotary over the long weekend.
Reminder, they’ll be hosting the annual Pumpkin Stroll on Sunday evening. At that event, they’ll be collecting donations of coffee, tea, dish detergent, and cooking oil for the Southborough Food Pantry.
For other news and events related to Heritage Day, click here.